Abolitionista!

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Human trafficking is a very serious issue. In comics and in film, we always expect the hero to save the day. Frank Castle and Liam Neeson wage one-man wars against vile criminals, but sadly, the real world is a much…

Adventure Time, vol. 5

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“Trouble’s just an adventure you haven’t finished yet.” -Jake the Dog From the first collection, KaBOOM!’s Adventure Time comics have captured the spirit of the show—its look, humor, life lessons and…adventurousness, for lack of a better word—and used the comic…

One-Punch Man, vols. 1-2

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Saitama was having a rough life: lingering unemployment, lack of direction, and an omnipresent malaise that threatened to overwhelm him, all adding up to one very unsatisfied individual. Desperately searching for a purpose, Saitama made the fateful decision to become a…

The Dresden Files: Downtown, vol. 1

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Harry Dresden has always tried to help people in need, both as a private investigator and as a Warden of The White Council (the policemen of the magic-using community). He has a bit more help with protecting his hometown of…

March of the Crabs

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Off the coast of France lives Cancer Simplicimus Vulgaris, or the Square Crab. (Not a real species, by the way. I had to check to make sure.) They can only move in a straight line their whole lives. They spend…

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse

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The Tiny Titans, a group of superhero kids in the DC comic universe, are back in this latest volume of their adventures. The story begins with Superboy, Supergirl, and their pets returning from a trip and discovering that the Tiny…

Resident Evil: The Marhawa Desire, vol. 1

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Let’s get something straight right away: unlike the original video games, Resident Evil is not scary in comics form. It may be bloody and tense, but if it weren’t for the tropes it uses, I wouldn’t call it horror. In The Marhawa Desire, readers will find a cheesy…